[SOLVED][Porteus 3.2.2] Kernel 4.16.8 decreases performance?

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babam
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[SOLVED][Porteus 3.2.2] Kernel 4.16.8 decreases performance?

Post#1 by babam » 25 May 2019, 04:37

I have updated Porteus XFCE 3.2.2 with kernel 4.16.8 ( 000-kernel.xzm and vmlinuz ) from http://ftp.vim.org/ftp/os/Linux/distr/p ... eus-4.16.8 and the results are Porteus running slower ( booting and running applications ).

Does this only happen to me or this also happens to you?
Last edited by babam on 02 Jun 2019, 13:30, edited 1 time in total.
Sorry, my English is bad.

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[Porteus 3.2.2] Kernel 4.16.8 decreases performance?

Post#2 by babam » 02 Jun 2019, 13:29

Solved with 'nopti noibrs noibpb nospectre_v2'.
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[SOLVED][Porteus 3.2.2] Kernel 4.16.8 decreases performance?

Post#3 by AcnapyxoB » 02 Jun 2019, 13:46

Can You explain in details!

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[SOLVED][Porteus 3.2.2] Kernel 4.16.8 decreases performance?

Post#4 by babam » 02 Jun 2019, 15:04

Append 'nopti noibrs noibpb nospectre_v2' to boot parameters.

I am using Easy2Boot ( Grub4Dos ).

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 title Porteus 3.2.2 XFCE 64-Bit - Persistence 
root (hd0,0)
kernel /PorteusXFCE/vmlinuz fsck changes=/dev/sdb2 from=/PorteusXFCE/Porteus-XFCE-3.2.2-x86_64.iso extramod=/PorteusXFCE/modules nopti noibrs noibpb nospectre_v2
initrd /PorteusXFCE/initrd.xz
boot
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[SOLVED][Porteus 3.2.2] Kernel 4.16.8 decreases performance?

Post#5 by AcnapyxoB » 02 Jun 2019, 15:48

Thanks! @babam
If you are not using intel processor it's a good idea.

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